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Style/Citation Manuals

Style Manuals

Print resources are available in the Knowledge Commons (Level 2) of the Marriott Library

Many instructors require students to create citations for a bibliographies and to write and format a paper according to a particular style.  The most popular style guides are APA, Chicago, and MLA style.  Other style guides include:

  • A Handbook for Thesis and DissertationsPublished by the Graduate School of the University of Utah
  • A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, Seventh Edition: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers by Kate L. Turabian (Print) LB 2369. T8
  • ACS Style Guide (Print) QD 8.5 A25 2006
  • AIP Style ManualAmerican Institute of Physics
    • (Print) QC 5. 45 A45 1990
  • AMA Manual of Style(Print) R 110. A53 3 2007
    • The Associated Press Stylebook 2008 (Print)  PN 4783. A82 2008
    • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Print) KF 245. U55 2005
      • Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers(Print) T 11. S386

        MLA Style

         

        Although the complete MLA style manual is not available online, many organizations and idividuals have created Web sites with helpful information about the MLA style.  Below are several of the best. 

        Chicago Style

         

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